|Fabric - The Peach Tree|
A concept album about love, death, sex and drugs, tinged with regret and loneliness, and shaded by blue skies. This is not the best example of The Peach Tree's vocal abilities but is certainly one of the best albums as far as songwriting goes, and each song segues into the next, making "Fabric" a beautiful tapestry of interwoven styles and textures.
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|Inverted Fall Into Delusional Rockstar Dementia - The Peach Tree|
There's no denying that Angus Maiden has delusions of grandeur. The Melbourne producer's music, with its shifting genres, complex ideas and non-radio-friendly sound, has invited both critical acclaim and harsh dismissal in droves. Working under the alias "The Peach Tree", Angus works on a conceptual album basis, threading together different streams of thought into lyrically cohesive yet stylistically disparate works...
Keywords: The Peach Tree; pop; avant garde; avant pop; acoustic; progressive; rock; indie; electronic; alternative; Creative Commons
|The Gus Sessions - The Peach Tree|
This was the first album released by The Peach Tree whilst the project was in its early stages and had more members. It was named "The Gus Sessions" both because it was Angus' solo stuff, and because there were plans to release accompanying solo efforts under the other band member's names: mainly "The Cooney Sessions". The band never got around to recording anything together though, or releasing any more band member's material, so as The Peach Tree morphed into Angus' solo project, The Gus Sessi...
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|Leave Emos Alone Right NOW! (My Online Diary) - The Peach Tree|
This collection of works began as the "rejects" that didn't fit into The Peach Tree's latest concept album. He tossed a coin to see if he would release it as a seperate entity or completely forget about it. He picked tails, it came up heads, but as always with these things that's when he realised he really did want to release it. The title pretty much sums up the album: a subtle sense of humour with an underlying current of "actual emoness"...
Keywords: The Peach Tree; free; free download; open source audio; creative commons; album; acoustic; pop; my online diary; crap; emo
|21 Of The Peach Tree's Best Tracks - The Peach Tree|
I'm not a big fan of "singles" in the music world. I've always preferred to release albums with a concept or theme. But a lot of you ask me to show you "The best tracks" from my multitude of albums, so I have compiled this selection of 21 songs that are, as of 14th February 2012 (Valentines Day), what I consider the best of the best of The Peach Tree. I could have called this album "A Bunch of Singles on Valentines Day" - How witty would that have been! But I'm hoping the title of the album as i...
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